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janet napolitano? announced today she's leaving to head the university of california system. the department of homeland security has been a vigorous player in the immigration debate. a lot of deportations but also enacting the dream act executive actions. what does her departure mean? >> she's been the salesperson for this bill. she's testified before all sorts of committees that deal with border security. citizenship, visas, everything, i.c.e. , customs protection is under here. this is a very interesting time. on the one hand, republicans, not the biggest fans of her record so far. so in some sense it might give some cover to allow them to maybe get on board on on the other hand we're going to face a nomination for a new department of homeland security and that would -- that could muddle things up more. we'll have to see. >> you mentioned house republicans are not feeling the same pressure that republican party leaders are feeling on a national level regarding hispanic voters. can you explain why that is? >> uh, you look at the house and the average republican house distri
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decided whether to seek the death penalty. janet napolitano is stepping down as u.s. secretary of homeland security. she announced today she'll resign to become president of the university of california system. during her four years as secretary, napolitano has been a leading proponent of immigration reform. in a statement, president obama praised her and said because of her work, the country is more secure against terror attacks. in egypt today, thousands of muslim brotherhood supporters protested against the military ouster of president mohammed morsi. but this time, there was no violence. crowds massed in several cities after friday prayers, waving flags and chanting slogans. at the same time, a popular muslim cleric insisted morsi's followers will never accept the country's interim leadership. >> the prime minister is not legitimate and he doesn't have any authority. from our point of vow as revolutionaries he betrayed the revolution, any one who supportsed coup is a traiter to this revolution. we don't support his government. any party which becomes part of government we consider it p
asylum. >>> u.s. homeland security secretary janet napolitano is resigning in september, to become the president of the university of california. president obama praised napolitano on her outstanding work on behalf of the american people over the last four years. those are the headlines. i'm arthel negative develop. get you back to ashley and tracy. >> have an ought some weekend. >> you too. tracy: jpmorgan and wells fargo getting paying earnings season off to a good start but will rising rates hurt them long term? we have paul miller. if you dig through the numbers. it was their investment banking arm that locked it upper 18 to 19% of the mortgage banking profits not so much so are these interest rates going to hurt them? >> jpmorgan has a lot of levers to pull. mortgage bank something one of them. not one of the primary drivers of their earnings. they made loot of money last couple years but nowhere near the size at jpmorgan. the main driver for them is higher rates. they want higher rates. they want parallel shift. not only a parallel shift in the curb but want higher rates in g
the president at the white house and they were pretty cool guys. >> the loyola ramblers. >> so janet napolitano stepped down -- or announced that she will be stepping down as the head of homeland security this week and there's been mention of ray kelly as a possible successor. that could and should spark a nationwide discussion about stop and frisk, the program that the nypd has used to target mostly black and latino young men, if he is nominated for that position, i hope that we have that conversation. >> and it's interesting that chuck schumer has been forcefully putting kelly's name out there. michelle? >> so we mentioned that the senate judiciary committee is going to be holding a hearing on wednesday at 2:00 p.m. to talk about the voting rights act and what comes next. and one of the things i think the public should know is when we talk about voting rights and voter suppression, this is just not an issue that affects people in the south. it is a nationwide issue. it's not just gerrymandering, when you talk about -- when people have to stand seven hours in line to vote, it's something that'
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